Carter's Bridge Bike/Pedestrian Path

This project was completed in the Fall of 2016.  This MDT Community Transportation Enhancement Program (CTEP) and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Recreational Trails Program funded project will enhance pedestrian safety, improve the existing trail system and add user trailside amenities. The proposed project will utilize funding resources for a project that will resurface a two-mile trail system, originally built with CTEP funds about twenty years ago. The trail runs adjacent to US Highway 89 heading south to Gardiner and Yellowstone National Park outside of Livingston, Montana. A slurry seal product will be used to smooth out the riding surface and provide long term durability. Additional project activities will include the addition of benches, truncated dome safety tread areas at intersections and possible interpretive signage development. The required 13.42% matching funds for this project will be provided by Park County in-kind and cash matches..

February 3, 2014 Livingston Enterprise - Park County Lands Grant for Bike Trail 

October 30, 2013 Livingston Enterprise - Carter's Bridge Bike/Pedestrian Path

For more information regarding Carter's Bridge Bike/Pedestrian Path project, please contact:

Kristen Galbraith, Project Administrator
PO Box 1821
Livingston, MT 59047


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